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Wednesday 3rd March

For resources detailed below, please see class one drive

Wednesday 3rd March 

Good morning Year 6,

Welcome to Wednesday, the middle of our week already! I hope your learning is going well so far, thank you to our artists yesterday who persevered through glitches to produce some excellent sketches! Well done! 

Here is our timetable for today, it’s a little bit different to our usual Wednesday, so please read the instructions carefully.

Early work  - You can choose your Early work today, please either finish the Spag Ninja booklet from learning pack or do one of the tests from the ‘bumble bee’ grammar booklets.

Maths– I can estimate volume – Please complete the maths sheets and mark your work. These can be done from the screen if you cannot print. Then make sure that you have completed some of the textbook work from yesterday – you should have tackled one column. Finally, there are some estimating volume questions in a booklet in the one drive for today. Most of these questions can also be done from the screen into your maths book if you do not want to print the whole booklet.

In English, following from yesterday’s lesson, please continue to work on your non-chronological reports and make sure that you have completed the check list we discussed yesterday. Your final piece should be ready to be submitted by the end of this week. The report checklist is at the bottom of this page if you need it. 

As Mrs Ferryman explained, there will be no Teams call for Science today. Instead she has record a video with everything you need to know.

Here is her message for you - 

For this lesson you will need a packet of Skittles, a small plate or flat bowl, and some cool water.

For our final remote Science lesson you are going to start by conducting a well-known and very fun experiment! You are then going to make the experiment your own by choosing a variable to change. This will allow you to practise a really important Science skill - planning your own experiment, changing variables and recording your own findings.

Remember, there is no Teams call for Science this week. Instead, I explain your task here in this video

Happy experimenting!

Have a great day!

Mrs Holt and Mrs Ferryman